Viral Spiral: How the Commoners Built a Digital Republic of Their Own

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New Press, Jan 1, 2009 - Computer networks - 596 pages
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Reporting from the heart of this "free culture" movement, journalist and activist Bollier provides the first comprehensive history of the attempt by a global brigade of techies, lawyers, artists, and geeks of all stripes to create a digital republic committed to freedom and innovation.

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Comprehensive report and analysis on the ways that activists, academics and artists are reshaping the Internet and pushing back against copyright monopolies.There is a transformation taking place in ... Read full review

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